Friday, March 27, 2009

Happy Weird Fishnet Friday!

You Must Be Weird Or You Wouldn't Be Here!

After seeing this Like...Dreamsville post tumbling about on Tumblr lately, I was reminded that I had intended to post it somewhere, but must have been distracted by all of the fishnets.

[MP3] City Center - Open/House


More NSFW Hot Ass in Fishies can be found here.

John Nefastis - A scientist obsessed with perpetual motion. He has tried to invent a type of Maxwell's demon, in an attempt to create a perpetual motion machine. Oedipa visits him to see the machine after learning about him from Stanley Koteks.
Stanley Koteks - An employee of
Yoyodyne Corporation, Oedipa meets him when she wanders into his office while touring the plant. He knows something about the Trystero, but he refuses to say what he knows.
Randolph Driblette - The director of the production of Wharfinger's The Courier's Tragedy seen by Oedipa and Metzger. Driblette is a leading Wharfinger scholar, but he commits suicide before Oedipa can extract any useful information from him about Wharfinger's mention of the Tristero. Oedipa's meeting with Randolph after the play, however, sparks her to go on a quest to find the meaning behind Trystero.
Mike Fallopian - Oedipa and Metzger meet Mike Fallopian in The Scope, a bar frequented by Yoyodyne employees. He tells them about The
Peter Pinguid Society. Oedipa searches him out again later.
Genghis Cohen - The most eminent
philatelist in the LA area, Cohen was hired to inventory and appraise the deceased's stamp collection. Oedipa and he discuss stamps and forgeries.
Professor Bortz - Formerly of Berkeley, now teaching at San Narciso, Bortz wrote the editor's preface in a version of Wharfinger's works. Oedipa tracks him down to learn more about Trystero.
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After being defeated by Thurn und Taxis in the 1700s, the Tristero organization goes underground and continues to exist, with its mailboxes in the least suspected places, often appearing under their slogan W.A.S.T.E., an acronym for We Await Silent Tristero's Empire, and also a smart way of hiding their post-boxes disguised as regular waste-bins. In the plot of the novel, the existence and plans of the shadowy organization are revealed bit by bit, or, then again, it is possible that the Tristero does not exist at all. The novel's main character, Oedipa Maas, is buffeted back and forth between believing and not believing in them, without ever finding firm proof either way. The Tristero may be a conspiracy, it may be a practical joke, or it may simply be that Oedipa is hallucinating all the arcane references to the underground network, that she seems to be discovering on bus windows, toilet walls, et cetera.

9 comments:

LookingForFishnetsFlowy(V) said...

Such nice pumps... those beat guys are really appreciating those sweet little heels...

Here is a picture of her face...

*** BurstyMursty ***

kuato said...

**MURST!!**

Oh, I'm so happy to be here, I have so many people to thank, but I have to hit "PUBLISH YOUR COMMENT" now before someone beats me to my murst.

kuato said...

SON OF A ARGG!!!! I TOOK TOO LONG FRICK FRACK FARK~~

HI FLOWY!!

LookingForFishnetsFlowy(V) said... said...

Hi Kuato!

I made a post for you on my blog!

Maybe that can make up for the Murst I took?

I wish I had my fishnets already!

Akira said...

Hi Guyz!
Happy FF!
I have so many fishies to post over at Nuc Tentacles, I'm taking genre suggestions...

Akira said...

Nice doppelganger find!

LookingForFishnetsFlowy(V) said... said...

Hi Akira...

I kinda like fishies that are ripped up and messed up... girls always look happiest when they have been playing...

Akira said...

@Flowy,
Your SAP comment on the other thread inspired Evi, the sexy German Bomb.

LookingForFishnetsFlowy(V) said... said...

Yeah yeah Akira...

Evi ess dere German bumb...

KABOOM!